Ambrosia Software is now shipping WireTap 1.0.0 for Mac users. WireTap is a utility designed for recording audio from a variety of sources for playback at a later time. The app features a recorder-like interface and support for Internet radio. According to Ambrosia Software:
Today Ambrosia Software, Inc. announced the release of WireTap 1.0.0 for MacOS X 10.2 or later.
WireTap is a free product for that allows you to record any audio playing on your Mac, saving it to a file for later listening or processing. This allows you to record news from Internet radio stations such as the BBC News, sound snippets from your favorite DVD movie, record the audio from a game, or even iChatAV conversations.
WireTap works using a simple tape recorder-like interface. Simply click the record button, and any audio playing through your Mac will be recorded to disk. WireTap can record any sound that is playing regardless of the source, so RealPlayer, iTunes, DVD Player, Windows Media Player, etc. are all supported.
You can find more information about the WireTap release at the Ambrosia Software Web site. WireTap is available as freeware.